Lost and Found - Professor Black
Rock Four - Forest Woods
63 Crayons - Crisis Nerviosa/Dancing Donât Trust (highly recomended album spoils for survivors)
Flash Bam Pow
Art Lessing - Monicile
Dread Giveaways - Face Bowered (New Release!!!)
Two Tears - How Long
The Interstellar Art Company - Stealing From The Past
Tiger Tiger - Prickly Cactus (From Loving Dying and Other Dirty Things)
Ojos Rojos - You/The Tuner (Debut S/T release)
Dustmanâs Trashclub - Wild Sea
The Cynics - Last Mistake (New LP "Here We Are") from Get Hip Records
Deepest Blue - Pretty Little Thing
The Resonares - No Problem At All (Another LP from Get Hip Off "Nothingless Blue")
The Four of Us - Batman Free Fall
The Cynics - The Ring (To finish off a rocken Double Cheddar)
The Fast Camels are an explosive blend of 60âs psychedelia that are turning heads and opening minds since their formation in early 2005. the band have clocked up over 60 live appearances including 3 shows at glasgowsâ premier live venue âking tuts wah wah hut.
In late 2006 the camels put pen to paper on a contract with neon tetra records creating the album The magic optician and the debut single âlike a magic opticianâ wich gave the group their first wave of national airplay as that year ended on a high..
There their 2nd album under way.
50 Things on Your mind
Can You See Me
----The Valis Pick Of The Week----
The â80s Ohio band Dimentia 13 (named after an early movie by Francis Ford Coppola) fused together garage, psychedelic rock, and acoustic folk, issuing a total of six albums during their six-year-long recording career. Influenced by such artists as the Soft Boys, Kevin Ayers, Syd Barrett, Soft Machine, and the Electric Prunes, the band was secretive about their identities. They issued such albums as 1985âs self-titled debut, 1987âs Mirror Mind, 1989âs Disturb the Air, 1990s T.V. Screen Head, and 1991âs Flat Earth Society on the independent New York label Midnight.
Here are two tracks-from â89âs Disturb The Air LP, Brad Warner (founder member/writer/ vocals, guitar, & percussion) writes:
Yesterday Will Never Tell
Dimentia 13 used to play a cover of The Beatlesâ "Tomorrow Never Knows." One day a couple people in the audience were shouting for it and another couple started answering them, "And yesterday will never tell!" I liked it and wrote a song around that title.